Spiralized Cooking Tips: The Ultimate Guide to Spiralizing Your Favorite Veggies

Not all vegetables are created equal, and this also applies to how they are sliced and cooked. For instance, there are certain types of veggies that can be eaten raw, while some of them should always be cooked. But there are also some vegetables that can be eaten either raw or cooked, which is a pretty convenient thing.

Now, supposing you want to eat some zucchini. This vegetable can be eaten raw or cooked, and has a cooking time of 2-3 minutes. It’s also widely used in many pasta dishes.

Want a quick dose of fiber? Sweet potatoes are a tasty option. Unlike zucchini, sweet potatoes need to be cooked before they can be edible. They take around 3-15 minutes to prepare, depending on the cooking method you’re using.

If you want to know more about preparing, cooking and spiralizing your vegetables, please refer to this handy chart from Inspiralized.com. To share this inforgraphic with your buddies, just click on the social buttons on this page!

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